Gizmodo's Victoria Song recently attended Toy Fair, where she spotted something that would have blown my mind as a child: An Etch-a-Sketch that lets you draw arcs and circles, without having to "staircase" it.
Called the Etch a Sketch Revolution, it's going to be coming out in July, some 60 years after the Etch a Sketch was first invented.
Photo: Raul Marrero (Gizmodo)
Like you, I was dying to know how this thing works. Luckily Song captured it in GIF:
Gif: Raul Marrero, Victoria Song (Gizmodo)
Radial knobs, very clever.
By the bye, the reported price is just ten bucks!
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I need got pick one of these up for the nephew! I would have loved this as a kid!